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Finally, when kids are in elementary school and junior high, have frequent discussions about what's going on in your child's class. Then, if your daughter says that she has a boyfriend and wants to date- ask specifically what she means.

Does she mean that she wants to sit next to him in class, or go to movies alone?

According to a probable cause statement police said Kubbe led them to the 11 year old at a Murray park.

After interviewing the boy, police said he "disclosed similar details as Kubbe had reported."Detectives with South Ogden police claimed Kubbe met the boy online a "few weeks ago" and entered into a "dating relationship with the child."Kubbe allegedly told police he "would meet the child at an area near his school and they would do things together." According to court records, Kubbe would also meet the boy in his neighborhood."Kubbe also confessed that the previous weekend, he picked up the child in Weber county and took the child to Murray for the night," according to the charging documents.

Finally, we live in an incredicbly superficial society with far too much focus on appearance, weight, sex, etc and we physicians, educators and parents need to counter this by getting kids to focus on deeper things such as character qualities, athletic endevours, music, rather than on young romance. And my opinion is that 11 year olds should be able to "date", but I want the parents to know that not only do I not put up with nonsense from boys...

But "dating" at our age is not taken as seriously as real dating is.

SOUTH OGDEN Utah (ABC4 Utah) - Weston Ray Kubbe "confessed" to sexually abusing an 11-year old boy that he met on the internet.

So, right from the get go, encourage your daughter to forge healthy friendships with boys.According to the Weber County attorney the boy's parents were misled."The boy as I understand it may have been involved with a sleep over somewhere," said Chris Allred.Second, make household rules about dating and make them stick for every child in your home.This way, no child feels singled out and when rules apply to everyone in the family, they are more palatable.

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